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for him a lot of years. he was a big influence in my life and i would say professionally, jim johnson. safeties an interesting position. there's a lot of qualities you need to play that position. first of all, you've got to be a smart guy, you've got to get everybody lined up, and then you've got to be able to play both the run and the pass. you've got to be athletic enough to cover wide receivers. there's a lot of things that go into being a safety. >> "inside the eagles" is brought to you by mcdonald's, i'm loving it and by aaa, for every bump on the road of life, visit aaa.com.
in this week's ask an eagle presented by geico, we talk with defensive end connor barwin, a man of many interests and talents and he answers your questions from twitter. my question, if you had to be stranded on an island, with three players, who would they be and why? three players would be brent sellick, fletcher cox and aziz sh attu. brent because he's naturally a survivor. he's surviving in this league. he's got this like mcgyver spirit about him. fletcher is smart. kind of well rounded and smart and then he's more of an outdoorsman, so he knows how to hunt, he knows how to fish. and aziz, who is a d-lineman practice squad, he's just entertaining and funny.
nbc 10 news starts now. >> right now on nbc 10 news, first alert radar is tracking some dramatic changes for your weekend. temperatures are plummeting and you could get a taste of winter weather. and you can already see the winds, they're picking up. let's take a live look at the airmark building in center city where the flags are on the move at this hour. thanks for joining us, i'm denise nakano. we're gotting reports from pico that 350 customers have lost power due to the wind. let's go to first alert meteorologist erica martin who is tracking the changes. what can you tell us? >> we have a lot going on right now. of course the frontal boundary causing a lot of havoc right
now. if you look at the bottom of the screen. you'll see your local neighborhood forecast. because there's lots to go over. so if you talk about the wind i'll get to it in a moment. right now satellite and radar giving us a great perspective of the rain/snow line. the blues and purples and pinks denoting we have a wintry type of precipitation starting to gather. hazleton has reported flurries, it looks like seeing a change over for petlake park seeing a change, so keep in mind that conditions are starting to get colder as the temperatures start to drop. >> expecting wind gusts to top out at 50 miles per hour. coming up in the full forecast, more to talk about. because we have all of the wintry precipitation and the stronger winds, denise, back to you. we continue the team coverage with nbc 10's andrea cline-thomas, who is live in bucks county. you talk about people trying to
make the most of the saturday before the weather turns. >> it's considerably colder than it was two hours ago. i want you to take a look at this windmill. you see how fast it's going. we talked to shoppers, they say they're happy they came out to peller's village today. because they say it will be too cold to come tomorrow. >> the decorations and shopping can put anyone in the holiday spirit. >> so nice because it's warm and you're not freezing. >> we're not cold, we're not chilly. it's perfect. >> the unseasonably warmer temperatures made it easier for this man to check chores off his to-do list. >> a lot of decluttering, be able to get outside to do those last-minute things that you end up procrastinating. on doing. until it's too late. >> earlier today, people left their jackets at home as they walked in area around temple university. in university city, some penn students opted for short leaves
as they walked in a colorful arch of changing leaves. >> but it may be the last time this season as winter weather is on the way. >> like a drastic change, it goes from being real hot, real nice to super cold and windy and rainy and messy. >> right now we're seeing a lot of people out here with their hands in their pockets or they're holding on to coffee or hot chocolate in just think it's only going to get colder. reporting live from peller's village. andrea cline-thomas, nbc 10 news. to keep track of the changing weather conditions and get interactive radar any time, just tap on the nbc 10 app. you hit a baby and kept going. and didn't even care to think nothing. you left my baby helpless in the street. >> a mother in mourning, following the hit-and-run death of her 8-year-old daughter.
friends and family gathered to remember jayana powell at a vigil this afternoon. nbc 10's randy gyllenhaal was there and has the latest on the search for the driver. >> all she wanted was love. >> my baby. >> the family of 8-year-old janna powell comforted by a large crowd, remembering the honor roll second grader who loved disney movies and playing with her siblings. the girl's mother speaking directly to the man who police say fled the scene of this accident. >> she was only eight. you hit her and she flew from the corner to the middle of the block. and you kept going. how? >> jay anna and her siblings were walking home from school. >> we were crossing street to get the bus. >> her 12-year-old brother says they were holding hands when the nissan sideswiped him and hit jayanna throwing her down the
block and the suspect then sped off. >> he was bald. he had half beard at his chin. he had white glasses on. >> police now searching for that silver newer model nissan. likely with damage to the front headlights and grille. >> you hit a baby. and kept going. and didn't even care to think nothing. you left my baby helpless in the street. >> philadelphia police spent much of the day canvassing this neighborhood, looking for any surveillance video. meantime the family of the victim is urging the suspect or anyone who knows him to come forward. they've offered a $20,000 reward. in overbrook, randy gyllenhaal, nbc 10 news. >> the trump transition kicked into high gear this weekend. president-elect donald trump met with more than half dozen people in bedminister, new jersey as he tries to round out his dpings. the most high-profile meeting
was with 2012 republican presidential candidate mitt romney. you might remember romney led the effort to defeat mr. trump during the campaign. today they buried the hatchet with an hour and a half-long meeting. >> very thorough and in-depth discussion in the time we had and i appreciate the chance to speak with the president-elect. and look forward to the coming administration. >> president-elect trump is scheduled to meet with new jersey governor chris christie and former new york city mayor rudy giuliani tomorrow. and we'll be right back.
thousands of people laced up their shoes and hit the pavement today as philadelphia marathon weekend got under way. [ cheers and applause ] >> the ben franklin parkway was packed at the start of the philadelphia half-marathon this morning. many runners say it was a perfect day for the race. the philadelphia marathon will
begin tomorrow morning at 7:00. coming up on the other side of the break we're going to talk about the wind speeds really strong and only getting stronger through the overnight hours and we're also going to talk about who's already seeing a wintry type of precipitation. again coming up on the other side of the break, see you then. what do we want our kids to learn? how to game a test... or test themselves in a game? how to master an exam... or examine a master? how to be robots...
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business and the environment intersected in philadelphia today. the wharton school at the university of pennsylvania hosted a conference on the business of sustainability. industry leaders spoke about integrating environmental concerns with company profitability. senior executive vice president of comcast david cohen was among the speakers.
comcast is the parent company of nbc 10. and now to a four-legged holiday tradition, the national dog show got under way today. the hounds are competing for best in show at the greater philadelphia expo in oaks this weekend. the show will air on thanksgiving, which has been a tradition for decades. and today hundreds of dogs took part in the iconic competition and more events will take place tomorrow. you can find out who wins the dog show when it airs next thursday at noon right here on nbc 10. right now let's check in with erica martin for the forecast. changes are here, erica. >> that's right. we have so much to talk about, we do have a wind advisory, you mentioned at the top of the show, we are seeing the wind advisory, in effect until monday midnight. it started at 4:00 p.m., it means we have dangerous conditions, getting reports of power outages, so be sure to look at the bottom of the screen for the your local neighborhood forecast. there's so much to talk about right now if you follow us on social media you'll get more updates there. super important and very
impressive. current wind pattern. notice we're seeing northwesterlies, ranging between 23 miles per hour, for coatesville. wilmington, 30 for you and dover, 28-mile-per-hour winds. sustained wind speeds, we're not talking about wind gusts, those will top out at about 40, 50 miles per hour. our live camera shaking seriously as the winds start to kick up. i want to show you our temperatures. currently they're mainly in the upper 30s to mid 40s. philly, 44 for you. by midnight. upper 30s for the most part and tomorrow morning, low 30s for allentown, voorhees 34. we have the feels-like temperatures starting tonight it's going 0 to feel colder than the actual temperatures because of course the winds are really strong with a bit of a northerly component. it will feel like 26 dpraes, pottsto pottstown, and wilmington, 29 degrees. and tomorrow morning, feeling much colder. 24 for allentown, pottstown, 23
and it will feel like a very, very cold 21 degrees for westchester, so be sure to bundle up. satellite and radar picking up a great image here of the rain, snow line the colder air sliding into place as the cold front slides east of the delaware valley. we're getting reports of flurries, a changeover winter mix. hazleton got reports of flurries, so notice you're seeing more blues and whites on the screen. that's's that's telling me we have the colder air that's sliding into place. now hour by hour forecast starting this at 7:30 p.m. getting this into motion. notice the greens on the screen here. but then the think that's denoting sleet and the purple, the wintry mix changeover, light flurries, perhaps a light coating for some. notice by tomorrow morning it does start to improve and clears out. as the cold front pushes well offshore. so be sure you download the free
nbc 10 app for your neighborhood weather and customize your forecast for your neighborhood. your ten-day on ten looks better by tomorrow afternoon into monday. but still a pretty breezy, gusty. and notice the temperatures, we're starting to see 50s by wednesday. tracking the potential for showers on thursday. i think we'll get some rain especially for the first half of thanksgiving and drying out by friday, seeing 50s by the end of the week. now here's danny with sports. thank you, coming up, the flyers look for two straight, however they ran into a bolt of lightning so to speak today in south philly. plus the eagles get set for the seahawks and their 12th man at centurylink field. we hear from malcolm jenkins coming up.
hey good to see you, i'm danny pommells, the flyers close out their home stand when they host the tampa bay lightning. first period, scary moment for the flyers, chris vandervelde leveled head-first into the boards by former flyer, braden coburn, vandevelde didn't return. cross-ice pass, tyler johnson, forget about it. wide-open net, 1-0 tampa. in the second it's andre pallot. long pass, to jonathan bruin, lightning beat the flyers 3-0. >> i think today we were the
better team but sometimes it doesn't dictate the final score there. we had a to capitalize on some chances and at the same time we also had getting the chances as well. >> right now we win one and lose one, especially at home, it's not what you want. that's not what, not acceptable. that's not our mindset. >> to football, along with the seahawks players eagles will have to deal with the fans in seattle as well. affectionately known as the 12th man in the russell wilson era, seattle has only lost five games at home. the players know for the opponent the noise is a very daunting task. >> it's one of those special stadiums. i'm a big believer that your home crowd will be as loud as your defense plays, so that defense has been rolling really over the last few years now. and that stadium has been
consistent one of the loudest stadiums in the league. and i don't see that changing. >> quick reminder, it is the final week for the high school blitz, these games to be played on thanksgiving day. vote for our game of the week. choices are right on your screen. text the number to vote on the screen. that's your look at sports, i'm danny pommells, csn, denise, back to you. nine special kids woke up as citizens bank park this morning. the phillies hosted a sleepover for children undergoing serious illnesses. today the kids wrapped up their trip by hanging out on the phillies field and in the dugout. each child signed a one-day contract with the phils to become an official major-league player and even got personalized lockers in the clubhouse. >> how about the weather? we're turning over from the short sleeve weather to the coat weather. >> in just hours. >> today we topped out at 75 degrees, i didn't have time to mention that.
it's all about the wind. we're seeing the winds sustained wind speeds at 33 miles per hour in wilmington. very strong wind speeds. winds top out at 50, 60 miles per hour. satellite and radar showing you the changeover to the wintry precipitation. including sleet and flurries, and it will feel colder than the actual temperatures come early tomorrow morning. for erica, danny and all of us here, i'm denise nakano, we'll see you back here at 11:00. head to nbc10.com for weather updates any time.
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